Who's Ready For A Little More Snow?
We are watching a storm system develop over the Desert Southwest. This system is heading in our direction and will produce a wintry mix. Some of us will likely see snow accumulation by early Saturday morning before seeing the snow change over to rain. The best chance for significant accumulation will be over our northern IN counties were the snow pack will keep them at or below freezing through noon Saturday.
Let's time it out for you... (Notice the time stamp on the banners)
By Friday evening we should see rain develop along and south of the Ohio River with a mix to the north.
The rain and mix will transition to all snow overnight-early morning along and north of the W. KY and bluegrass Pkwys. With just rain over our far southern KY counties.
We will likely have some slick and slushy roads by early Saturday morning. So, give your self some extra time and drive carefully.
If you sleep in on Saturday you may wake up to just rain from Louisville south... The snow will still be falling in our northern Indiana counties.
By noon the rain line has moved north to Bedford, Seymour and just south of North Vernon.
We will be dodging rain showers Saturday afternoon and my end it with a few snow showers by evening.
Winter Weather Advisory... Late Friday-Saturday Midday
- 3-5" Bedford to North Vernon
- 1-3" Southern IN and Trimble, Carroll county, KY
- 1/2-1' South of the OH River south to Frankfort to N. Grayson Co. (including Most of the Metro)
- Slight possibility that northern Jefferson county could see 1-2"
- Up to 1/2" Near the W KY and Bluegrass Pkwys
- We may need to shift these totals a little north or south tomorrow. Stay Tuned!